I understand that the property is selling for such a reduced rate due to the areas poor soil drainage (I live in an area that is predominately clay) and the expense associated with installing a more expensive and engineered septic system. The seller has provided a study by a soil scientist stating that some of the lots would be potentially suitable for a drip sub surface septic system. I contacted this individual, and asked a bunch of questions on this and I understand that this process would take between $6 8k to evaluate and design a system for permitting " this cost would not include the actual septic system.
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